Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 9
Rated 5 out of 5 by menmo Really nice little air tank
All fittings are tefloned so there are no leaks. On-off valve works fine. Easy to read gauge.. Works perfect for small jobs where a compressor would be a pain to drag around. Could use quick connect fittings for other attachments..
Rated 4 out of 5 by GPRanger94 Great piece of gear for the wish I had moments.
PRO: Rugged design. Simple to use. Easy to maneuver/handle. Easy to stow. Good high volume air pressure.
CON: Patience a must when filling tank. Holding the main supply hose to fill point during resupply seemed alot for a simple process. Red fill point on/off switch was confusing (do I leave it open to fill or do I close to use).
BLUF: Return on investment is worth the effort.
Rated 1 out of 5 by tdterry1999 This tank holds air ok.But when I went tp air up the tires on my 2 wheeler the air nozzle was broke.Will have to replace the hose.Not sure if is worth it.
Rated 3 out of 5 by techman100 Tank seems good quality, the valve seems a little cheap and we will see how long it lasts. One complaint is that the air hose has a crimped on air chuck. I had to cut it off to add a quick connect coupling so I can use things other than the air chuck. They saved pennies and instead of a thread connection on the hose, you have to cut off theirs and add one of your own. Price was OK and tank holds air.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Sarge0967 NOT full of hot air!
I wanted to keep a quick source of air in my car now that you have to pay for air at gas stations. I felt this was a reasonably priced way of doing so. I received and unpacked the tank and tried to fill it with my home compressor. Very liittle success. I then tried a local garage, and they had difficulty with their commercial compressor, only able to fill to 80 psi instead of the 125 it is gauged for. All in all, I wouldn't purchase this brand again, no matter the price.
Rated 1 out of 5 by DazedorConfused Not usable as purchased.
I realize this is not a high end item but it should work out of the box to some degree. I read there were issues with the inflation chuck and guess what... There is. I had to cut the end from the hose and replace it with a new one I had on hand. Otherwise I suppose it is ok other than the very slow fill rate. What do you expect for $30.00 I suppose. If you can I would suggest purchasing a different air tank brand.
Rated 4 out of 5 by PappaGeorge Nice tank for the money
I bought my tank at my local Walmart. It came with some minor scratches on one side from the staples holding the box together and a small chip in the paint on the other side. Other than that, the tank was in good condition with no dents. There's an expiration date on the bottom that is 7 years out. I filled it up to 110 psi and the needle hasn't moved after five days. I don't care for the hose and tire chuck much. The hose and tire chuck are crimped together and the tire chuck doesn't swivel. The first thing I did was to replace the hose with a quick connect adapter like the one on my air pump. I already had the parts so it didn't cost me anything extra, but the parts are only a few dollars. Now I can use my regular air chuck and hose that I normally use with my air compressor. The air tank is much easier to carry around than my 45 lbs air compressor.
Rated 1 out of 5 by reallydisgustedagian parts
I bought this 7 gal air tank filled it with air....the valve you open and close is non functioning I can't air up my tires nor find a place to buy parts. this was a waste of money and now I have to make my own repairs